Nuernberger, owner of the BP gas station and convenience
store in downtown Delafield, would not confirm or deny
on Wednesday reports that he is in the process of
selling the business.
Kelly Smith/Special to The
DELAFIELD — Gary Nuernberger, owner of the BP gas
station and convenience store in downtown Delafield,
would not confirm or deny on Wednesday reports that he
is in the process of selling the business.
Nuernberger told The Freeman that he is prepared to
discuss the business and his future next week.
Officials with Hendricks Commercial Properties have
expressed an interest in purchasing the business and
developer has proposed a five-story multiuse residential
and commercial building on the site that is pending
before the city’s Plan Commission.
gas station, located at the corner of Main and Genesee
streets, has been a landmark in the city for decades.
1960 the historic Hawks Inn was moved from the site to
make way for the construction of a gas station.
three-story stage coach stop that was built during the
1840s is now located on Wells Street.
Hendricks Commercial Properties is headquartered in
Beloit and is owned by Diane Hendricks, one of the state
and the country’s wealthiest women.
company owns more than a dozen downtown buildings, many
of them originally built or renovated by developer Bob